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Run Rabbit Run


Download links and information about Run Rabbit Run by Sufjan Stevens. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Alternative genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 53:48 minutes.

Artist: Sufjan Stevens
Release date: 2001
Genre: Alternative
Tracks: 13
Duration: 53:48
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No. Title Length
1. Year of the Ox (arr. Michael Atkinson) 3:20
2. Enjoy Your Rabbit (arr. Michael Atkinson) 3:36
3. Year of the Monkey (arr. Michael Atkinson) 3:31
4. Year of the Tiger (arr. Rob Moose) 3:24
5. Year of the Dragon (arr. Nico Muhly) 3:22
6. Year of the Snake (arr. Olivier Manchon) 5:04
7. Year of the Horse (arr. Rob Moose) 6:10
8. Year of the Sheep (arr. Maxim Moston) 3:36
9. Year of the Rat (arr. Olivier Manchon) 3:53
10. Year of the Rooster (arr. Gabriel Kahane) 5:19
11. Year of the Dog (arr. Rob Moose) 4:44
12. Year of the Boar (arr. Michael Atkinson) 3:07
13. Year of Our Lord (arr. Michael Atkinson) 4:42



The four women of New York and Berlin-based string quartet Osso are no strangers to the indie rock scene. As the meat and potatoes for singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Shara Worden's opera/cabaret/chamber music/rock outfit My Brightest Diamond, they honed both their classical and pop music skills with quiet ferocity, collaborating outside of that project with everyone from Jay-Z and the New Pornographers to Alice and Ravi Coltrane and Kanye West. Somewhere in the eye of that musical tornado they found themselves in the capable hands of indie pop spokesman Sufjan Stevens, providing strings for both studio and stage, so it comes as no surprise that the quartet's first "official" release is a chamber music rendering of Enjoy Your Rabbit, Stevens' 2001 electronic, all-"instrumental" collection of songs based on the symbols of the Chinese zodiac. The resulting Run Rabbit Run dutifully re-creates its creator's hypnotic, quirky, and oddly sweet song cycle, and peppers it with enough dissonant bow slides and odd harmonics to please the avant-garde crowd while keeping the twee melodies intact for the casual indie pop fan.